1.The war on terrorism is a war of ideas. There is no clear enemy in that war. It makes people sensitive and fears that those around them may become terrorists. Moreover, the new laws formulated by the government could easily violate the rights of the people. Traditional wars are wars that have clear enemies and are launched against these territories and resources.
2.The “Roving Wiretaps” of the Patriot Act seems to violate the Fourth Amendments of the US Constitution. Because the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution stipulates that investigators must apply for and obtain a search warrant before searching and detaining suspects, and the “Roving Wiretaps “Of the Patriot Act allows investigators to allow wiretapping of suspicious spies and terrorists, and they do not need to apply for a search warrant.
3.Sneak and Peek” Warrants means that the FBI can search homes or businesses without immediately notifying the investigative target. This violates the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Because the Fourth Amendment is the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated. And Sneak and Peek” Warrants allow investigators to search the houses of suspicious persons without providing notice that may jeopardize the investigation, which violates the people’s houses and wealth.